by crossriverwatch admin
Information reaching us is that the song EDO BOY by Producer/Actress Shan George’s second son JAGA is already playing on Kenyan radio stations across Kenya, just one week after the release of the song.
The song which caused the star actress Shan George to have a grand misunderstanding with JAGA’s British music promoters ‘Babylynn Promotions’ seem to be sending everyone all over the world to the Dance floor.
But the delectable Nollywood actress-turned-singer, Shan George is very angry at the moment, and this is authoritative.
While the song that was released during the week(Monday), is currently making waves on some of the world’s most popular music sites and radio stations, one would have thought that it would make the actress happy.
But it may interest you to know that the bold and blunt screen beau is in hot war with Jaga’s London based music promoters.
Shan is miffed, saying that the promoters released the song without letting her hear and approve of it in the first place, since she also doubles as Jaga’s manager besides being his mother.
She also complained that the song is too long and may give her problems when she shoots the video, since most TV stations in Nigeria don’t take in music videos that exceed a certain number of minutes.
Stating her own side of story, Ms Linda Jacks, the Head of Babylynn Promotions in London said, “The song wasn’t given to the artiste’s (Jaga) manager before release, because when we released Jaga’s other song ‘Mboro’ two months ago, Shan George gave out the song to too many people before release date, and that affected the monitoring the progress on the song out there.
“That is the reason our company decided not to give out the song to anyone before release date,” Jacks concluded.
Reacting to the brouhaha between his mom and the promoters, Jaga said, “‘I’m doing good music. The two ladies, my mom and promoter should be dancing instead of fighting.”
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